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Dissent over Cabinet grows: Anand Singh threatens to quit if portfolio not changed


Team Udayavani, Aug 11, 2021, 9:27 AM IST

Bengaluru: Days after the formation of the state’s new cabinet, dissent is only growing by the day in the BJP ranks, those who didn’t make it to the cabinet are making the rounds of New Delhi and Bengaluru to seek justice.

On the other hand, those who made it to the cabinet are unhappy with their portfolios and are lobbying at different levels, while one of the ministers is threatening to resign.

Minister for Ecology, Environment and Tourism Anand Singh, who is irate as he did not get the portfolio which he desired for has given an ultimatum to chief minister (CM) Basavaraj Bommai and threatened to resign if his demand is not met.

Rumours about possible resignation by newly inducted Tourism Minister Anand Singh have been doing the rounds in the district since Tuesday morning.

The rumours spread on social media groups after a signboard in front of Anand Singh’s was removed.

Singh is upset after being denied either the Home, mining or forest ministry.

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